The former Germany midfielder has commended the efforts of the international FvH campaign in addressing LGBT discrimination
Filling the Sports Media Headlines Football is the most popular sport in the Netherlands. Around 1,2 million Dutch people play football every weekend and ten thousands of people watch their team to play professional football whenever they can. The Dutch National team made it to the finals of the World Cup in 2010 and to…
#LaLigaarcoiris follows the examples of the rainbow laces campaigns in the English Premier League and French Ligue 1 and 2
The meeting received reports on the work of the secretariat and discussed the future planning of initiatives
“Zero insults a la grad” is an initiative that puts into practice an anti-abuse protocol which follows the UEFA protocol for dealing with racism
Over the last month three incidents of discrimination have taken place in Dutch football. On Sunday a fan was arrested for performing a Nazi salute
“This video, filmed in a private setting, contains comments that are clearly unacceptable ” said the club President.
At least one woman will be interviewed for any executive position openings in the league’s office
An Ajax fan was caught on camera pretending to lynch Feyenoord goalkeeper Kenneth Vermeer at Sunday’s clash
The new Network will welcome membership from all sections of the LGBT coaching community, from grassroots to the professional game.
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during January 2016
Manchester City, Chelsea FC and Liverpool FC are some of the clubs joining a growing grassroots movement seeking to address homophobia in football